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History of the Slavonic Monastery during the Hussite and Utraquist Period
Pohunek, Michal ; Kubín, Petr (advisor) ; Just, Jiří (referee) ; Halama, Ota (referee)
Michal POHUNEK, History of the Slavonic Monastery during the Hussite and Utraquist Period. Praha 2022. Doctoral dissertation. Abstract History of the Slavonic Monastery during the Hussite and Utraquist Period is a systematic and critical dissertation on the history of the Slavonic Monastery in the New Town of Prague and its monastic community in the period 1419-1471. For a deeper understanding of the events of the period, the research also considers the context of the events which occurred before and after this period and examines the relationship between the monastic tradition of the Order of Saint Benedict and the reforming spirit of the Hussite movement in fifteenth century Bohemia. The study examines the character of the mass liturgy performed at the monastery at the time and discusses the local monastic community's loyalty to monastic ideals and its relationship to radical movements in the fifteenth century. The community's relationship to the monastery's immediate surroundings is also discussed, and a general historical overview of the period is given, including a chapter on the movements and fate of the famous Reims Gospel.
Biblical Humanism of Jan Blahoslav
Just, Jiří ; Wernisch, Martin (advisor) ; Urbánek, Vladimír (referee) ; Nechutová, Jana (referee)
This work is broadly conceived attempt to look into the translation by Jan Blahoslava, one of the most important figures of the Czech Brethren, which significantly influenced its cultural orientation. The work of Bishop from Ivančice, based on the original text of translating the New Testament, after some adjustments were borrowed into edition known like Bible kralická. In the following lines we describe the emergence of the first translation of the author's readiness for such an enterprise, its theoretical foundations, through the method of the work itself to its final form. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Studies and Correspondence of the priests-to-be of the Bohemian Brethren in 1610-1618
Růčková, Markéta ; Ebelová, Ivana (advisor) ; Kostlán, Antonín (referee) ; Just, Jiří (referee)
Studies and Correspondence of the priests-to-be of the Bohemian Brethren in 1610-1618 Markéta Růčková Two wooden boxes were found during the reconstruction of the former Minorite monastery Na Karmeli at Mladá Boleslav in 2006. The boxes concealed the so-called Archives of Matouš Konečný. The Archives contained documents that originated in the office of, or were addressed to, one of the four bishops of the Bohemian Brethren, Matouš Konečný (1569-1622), whose seat was at Mladá Boleslav. A significant part of the discovery consists of correspondence addressed to Bishop Konečný. A substantial part of the correspondence are documents related to the dispatch of young aspiring Brethren priests for study at educational institutions abroad. Along with letters of the students themselves, sent from Bremen and Beuthen an der Oder (Bytom Odrzański in Poland), where the young men attended academic grammar schools (gymnasia illustria), the boxes contain the students' pledges and accounts of their expenditures. The students' reports are supplemented with the correspondence of their teachers. The collection of letters from students and teachers as well as other documents being thus thematically delimited, our principal objective was to perform an analysis of their content and to prepare an edition of the documents....
Kristýna Poniatowská and Jan Amos Komenský. A visionary and an intellectual in the times of the Thirty Years War.
Heřmánek, Pavel ; Rejchrtová, Noemi (advisor) ; Just, Jiří (referee) ; Urbánek, Vladimír (referee)
Děkuji paní profesorce Noemi Rejchrtové za její trpělivost a vstřícnost, zvláště pak Vladimíru Urbánkovi za jeho cenné rady, inspirace, rozhovory a poskytnutí zahraniční literatury, děkuji mé babičce Olze Heřmánkové a matce Jindřišce Heřmánkové za jejich podporu a v neposlední řadě děkuji firmě Douwe Egberts, bez jejíž produktů by tato práce nikdy nevznikla…
Biblical Humanism of Jan Blahoslav
Just, Jiří ; Wernisch, Martin (advisor) ; Urbánek, Vladimír (referee) ; Nechutová, Jana (referee)
This work is broadly conceived attempt to look into the translation by Jan Blahoslava, one of the most important figures of the Czech Brethren, which significantly influenced its cultural orientation. The work of Bishop from Ivančice, based on the original text of translating the New Testament, after some adjustments were borrowed into edition known like Bible kralická. In the following lines we describe the emergence of the first translation of the author's readiness for such an enterprise, its theoretical foundations, through the method of the work itself to its final form. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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